Now living in Newfoundland, Canada, Malcolm, who prefers to be called Callum, was born in Leith, Edinburgh, the son of a wholesale fish merchant and kipper curer. "I had a hell of a job getting my first girlfriend!" he tells us.
"Gun Law By Hotel Chief" was the headline in a national newspaper in Scotland when, as a victim of car vandalism, Callum took an empty rifle and pursued six drunken young men who were destroying his car. He did not physically harm anyone, only threatened. As a hotelier and local businessman, the court said he should have known better. "I was fined one hundred pounds sterling, and none of them were even charged," Callum complains. "No, I do not suffer fools gladly," he adds.
Read more about Callum's exploits in A Glimpse At The Past. And be sure to leave a comment here for him.